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An Unmarried Woman | #TBT Trailer | 20th Century FOX

22 replies
  1. laminage
    laminage says:

    I remember watching this Movie and being shocked.  It really was an eye opener because Women of Erica's Generation were never taught to be independent.  They went from Living with Mother & Daddy, to The Dorm or Sorority House, to Their Husband.  They were never taught to be independent or that was okay to not be in a relationship.

  2. Kathleen Cunningham
    Kathleen Cunningham says:

    How about re-releasing this great Paul Mazursky film with Jill Clayburgh & Alan Bates on DVD & via streaming, which also has a wonderful score by Bill Conti, also unavailable on CD or streaming. I hate seeing so many great artistic works disappear due to producers losing track or interest in the cultural heritage they should care about.

  3. Steve Moore
    Steve Moore says:

    One of my all time favorite movie Jill was excellent she should have won best actress hands down. She looks fantastic at the last scene when she is walking with the painting. Miss you Jill R.I.P.

  4. Treasure Hunter UK
    Treasure Hunter UK says:

    When Erica meets her friends at the beginning, the woman says she's going to the 'loo'. I didn't realise Americans used this term. They always say 'bathroom/restroom/washroom'. We have used it in the UK since the 60s, but I have never heard in an American film. This was 1978, well over forty years ago. I realise there is some English input, actors, music, etc., but it was for an American audience, not a British one.

  5. William Snyder
    William Snyder says:

    This film was right in the middle of an incredible three-year run for 20th Century-Fox. The studio didn't win any Best Picture Oscars in 1977-79, but it had seven Best Picture nominees: "Julia," "The Turning Point" and "Star Wars" in 1977, "An Unmarried Woman" in 1978 and "Norma Rae," "Breaking Away" and "All That Jazz" ( a co-production with Columbia) in 1979. When you look at the list of films, you see one space epic, one teenage coming of age story, a psycological study of one director and four films with strong feminist feelings. It was a short Golden Age for 20th which rivaled the best days of Darryl F. Zanuck in the 1940s.


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